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November 17-19, 2022
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National Fisherman: Focusing on platforms, perspectives and progress
Casey Streeter and his wife own Island Seafood Market in Matlacha, Florida. They own their own boats, and buy from several others hooking and spearing grouper and snapper in the Gulf of Mexico. Katie Fischer photo.
Viewpoint: The Right to Fish
Almost every type of commercial fishing involves long hours of repetitive motion that can lead to musculoskeletal injuries. Jerry Dzugan at AMSEA wants to teach fishermen how to avoid them. Paul Molyneaux photo.
The Right Moves
With permission from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, the crew of the restored Libby 76 briefly put a net in the water made with the waxed wooden corks that were used in the sailboat days. Scott Bartlett photo.
Historic sailboat returns to Bristol Bay, amid record-setting salmon season
Nine boxes of firm-looking pollock were part of a 12,000-pound auction at the Portland Fish Exchange on July 21. Lobstermen are also using the facility to store bait in barrels sealed with plastic wrap. Mike Foster photo.
Portland Fish Exchange looks to next steps
For the last four years, Ken Coleman and other set net fisherman on the east side of Cook Inlet have faced early shutdowns while other user groups continue fishing. Vicki Coleman photo.
Set net shut down
Bluefin tuna GMRI photo.
The trouble with tuna
A Kodiak-based groundfish trawler. Alaska Whitefish Trawlers Association photo.
What science says about the sustainability of trawling
The Libby 76 sailing along Knutson Bay. The proposed road to develop the Pebble Mine would be located directly above the beach in this photo. Bristol Bay advocates seek conservation easements there. Kate Troll photo.
Libby 76 sails into all-time record sockeye harvest
A Bristol Bay fishing vessel in rough seas. Nora Skeele photo.
Wild Abundance: Surviving a record-breaking salmon season in Bristol Bay
Afloat again after a massive rebuild the Western Flyer, once a highline sardine seiner, will become a research and education vessel as part of the Western Flyer Foundation. Port Townsend Shipwrights photo.
Return of the Western Flyer
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